Myriad Mothers

PacSci Blog  Calling all nymphs, grubs, shoots, and seedlings: Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to celebrate! PacSci is chock full of mothers— and not just the ones pushing strollers through our scenic courtyard. Visit our Living...

GiveBIG: Seattle’s Legacy of Compassion

PacSci Blog Mark your calendars! GiveBIG is returning on May 8 to mobilize local philanthropists and inspire people in our community to support their favorite causes. The annual campaign has garnered more than $113 million for over 2,000 Pacific Northwest nonprofit...

Engineer Your Best Weekend

PacSci Blog Every day, from the moment our personalized cellphone alarm rouses us out of bed, we depend and improve upon a legacy of innovation. Engineering stands at the intersection of people, politics, and the physical spaces we share. From the microcosm of...

Assassins in The Springtime

PacSci Blog The ‘white-eyed assassin’ sounds like a character you’d encounter in a cloak-and-dagger TV drama or video game. In actuality, it’s one of our resident bugs in Pacific Science Center’s Living Exhibits. The name is derived from...

Eating Us in to House and Home: Stick Insects and Sustainability

PacSci Perspectives Butterflies may take center stage in our Tropical Butterfly House, but Pacific Science Center is also home to a host of other spectacular insects. Take our three species of stick insects for example; these maestros of mimicry and camouflage are...
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